Capisaan, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

The Capisaan Cave System is the Nueva Vizcayas, longest cave system, stretching 4.2 kilometers. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful caves in the country. Because of the abundance of cave formations, particularly stalactites and stalagmites, and the unique diverse life forms of flora and fauna that can be found there, this area is regarded as a geologist’s paradise. Outside of the cave, there is a large expanse of dipterocarp forest and karst formations that provide habitat for a variety of animal species.

Activities Offered: Spelunking/Caving, Trekking, Educational trip, study and research.


Antutot, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

Edralin Falls is a go-to place for people looking for the perfect getaway to add to or complete their bucket list of activities. The waterfall is a popular local tourist attraction for both excursion groups and visiting individuals. It peacefully dwells in the lush and verdant mountains of Northern Kasibu. Its volume drops from a story-high altitude, creating thunderous sounds and a reberberating cold mist in its basement. A naturally honed basin is intended for those who wish to go from picture-taking to drenching or swimming.

Indeed, Edralin Falls’ alluring view from a distance, its accessibillity from the main road, its man-made picnic kiosks, and its refreshingly cool water reserve are some of the factors that keep nature enthusiasts coming back.

Height: 14m, 7 layers; Lagoon:25 sq m, 6m deep
Distance: 500m from National Road
Current Development: With cottages, 4m x 5m

Activities Offered: Picnicking, Swimming, Trekking and sight seeing


Biyoy, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

According to folklore, “Machalet” is an Ayangan/Ifugao word that literally translates as “eel” since the area used to be swarming with eels when the place was first discovered. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in the province, and it offers a breathtaking view of a dense forest that is home to a wide variety of animal species.

Trekking through the deep and dense forest to reach the foot of the falls would relieve you of the tension and worry that comes with life’s daily grind as you get immersed in a beautiful symphony choreographed by tiny living creatures that provides a healthy balance of healing and meditaion.

Machalet Falls, a newly discovered green haven in Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya , cascaddes into a massive reservoir of ice-cold, crystal clear water , sustaining the biodiversity of flora and fauna and other surrounding creatures from the top to the foot of the mountain-forming metamorphic rock formations.

Activities Offered: Picnicking, swimming, trekking, rock climbing and sight seeing.


Malabing, Tadji, Papaya, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

A leading producer of high-quality sweet and seedless oranges in Nueva Vizcaya and surrounding provinces, Malabing Valley Citrus Farms is located in the province of Nueva Vizcaya. Because of the farm’s strong market potential, it may be accessible to tourists for a citrus-picking experience during the next harvest season if the preent scenario improves and becomes more favorable. They have just begun to promote thier goods online as a result of a collaboration with an internet marketing firm located in Manila, Philippines.

Citrus varieties that are commonly found on farms include Satsuma, Poncan, and Hamlin. Other high-value fruits, such as marang, durian, and mangosteed, are also high in quality.

The main challenge for citrus growers in the valley is the unabated and uncontrolled presence of vectors that cause disease in the trees and their fruit. They even seek the expertise of the government and private sectors to mitigate its effect. Meanwhile, the farm was able to endure the difficulties and maintain its commitment to producing high-quality goods.

Using appropriate and advanced technology in farming, they maintained the quality of the products needed to market them at a high-value cost and meet high market standards, like shopping malls and groceries.

Activities Offered: Farm Tour and Fruit Picking


Papaya, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

It takes 30 minutes to trek from the national highway in Barangay Papaya to the waterfall. According to folklore, Namanaan came from the word “Nagpanaan” an Ilocano word that literally translate to a place where they used to unt wild animals using bow and arrow.

It has several drops cascading from the source. It is surrounded by serene nature with a calm environment. The main drop/level measures 10 meters high. The second drop, where the water course came from two different parallel sources and simply dubbed it as the “Twin Falls”. The rights drop when facing the site measures 16 meters high where its watercourse measures 12 meters high. Combining those two drops resembles a pool that measures 10×15 sqm. It is perfect for children who want to go on swimming.

Activities Offered: Picnicking, swimming, trekking, rock climbing and sight seeing


Biyoy, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

The residents of the place named the waterfalls as Cambulo Falls after the name of their Sitio. The term Cambulo is a name of a Barangay in the municipality of Banaue, Province of Ifugao which was later on declared as the name of their sitio since the first residents of the area came from that place.

The waterfalls are set in the midst of a lush forest with refreshing ambiance. It has several high and low drops with cool and clean water dropping to a wide range of pools. The main drop measures 15 meters high plunging into a 25 x 20 meters wide catch basin.

Activities Offered: Picnicking , swimming, trekking and sight seeing


Antutot, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya

The Dimmalikan Viewpoint takes its name from the Ilocano word “dalikan”, which literally translate as “three-stone fireplace”. When you get at the mountain’s foot, you will see three large boulders that are linked together and serve as the mountain’s summit. Its elevation is about 1, 433 above sea level and a cold temperature ranging from 10-15 degrees Celsius. Local visitors come to the location to take in the breathtaking view and to rest in the tranquil atmosphere.

Activities Offered: Trekking, sight seeing, discovery and research


The word “Inlagim” literally translates to “burn cooking” in Ifugao-Tuwali (the local language). Instead of the traditional boiling of the chicken and then plucking the feathers. Piniwak or Inlagim is a native chicken stew that is used during rituals or celebrations, special occasion, when there is visitor or when a member of the family had arrived home for a long period of time or simply they want it for viand. It is a ginger and onion based soup with chicken as the usual main ingredient.


Kasibu is an upland municipality of the Province of Nueva Vizcaya which inhabited by different Indigenous Cultural Communities. Despite of their diverse culture and tradition they still live harmoniously and remain to be united.


Among other uplund towns in Nueva Vizcaya, Kasibu is known to be the chief source of temperate vegetables such as caddage, cucumber, pepper, tomato, and other root crops such as ginger and sweet potato. LKasibu , as a community that primarily depends on agriculture, contributes significantly to the supply chain of farm-to-market agricultural yields for the neighboring lowland municipalities.